Say you live in Austin, Texas and you find yourself wondering what could transform your bass sound into the future. Or you are wondering how you can get that old 60’s mod fuzz on your guitar for some film soundtrack you are working on. Well, come to Austin Vintage Guitars on March 27th where you have a chance to win one of two pedals that can do just that!
The nice people at Earthquaker Devices are giving away the Pitch Bay and the Terminal fuzz at my clinic at Austin Vintage Guitars. The Pitch Bay has not only transformed my bass into a synthy, robotic freakout, but has inspired endless ideas with the sounds it creates (you can see my review of the Pitch Bay here). The second pedal is the Terminal fuzz and I know that not only bassists would want but guitarists should have! It reminds me of old 60’s or 70’s guitar fuzz like Curtis Mayfield. You can really dial in other great fuzz sounds but I know for a fact it can get you that particular sound.
I have known Earthquaker Devices for over five years when they were building pedals out of their basement. Now they are the largest boutique pedal builders out there. They are the biggest because they know what makes your instrument evolve into things any musician dreams of. I would be lost without my Organizer or Hoof Reaper! I have yet to do a tour without my Dispatch Master.
Chief designer, Jamie Stillman, is one of us because Jamie is an awesome guitar player with his own band, Relaxer. Jamie dreams up what we all dream up…pedals that transcend our sound into what we hear in our imagination. This man is responsible for the Rainbow Machine, for god’s sake!
You can hear the Pitch Bay and Terminal at my Austin Vintage Guitars clinic on Wednesday, March 27th. In fact, most of the great pedals Earthquaker Devices makes will be available for you to check out. Also, we will be giving away two pair of tickets to the Deltron 3030 show that night!
I hope to see you there!